Fully booked: Creating Effective Storytelling in the Age of Twitter. A workshop with Bob DotsonKursnummer: 211526
We recommend to join Bob Dotson’s public talk on Tuesday: Behind the Media Mirror, What the News is Missing – Tuesday, April 14, at Webster University.
We’re all faced with constant deadlines. The twenty-four hour clock slices time too thin for thought, but NBC News Correspondent Bob Dotson has put together a survival kit that just might save your job. Join us for an afternoon with Bob Dotson, NBC News National Correspondent and New York Times Best Selling Author.
April 13th, 3.30 pm – 6.30 pm, Webster University (Room 4.06), Praterstraße 23, 1020 Wien.
The maximum number of participants is fifteen, so please register as soon as possible >>>
Bob Dotson has an unusual beat. For 40 years he has looked behind the media mirror that reflects the powerful and popular to find tales of people who are practically invisible, the stories about us.
Bob Dotson has been in more motel rooms than the Gideon Bible, crisscrossing this country, four million miles, practically non-stop, for forty years, searching for people who change our lives, but don’t take time to Twitter and tell us about it.
Dotson’s long running series, „The American Story with Bob Dotson,“ is a regular feature on “Today,” and his third book „American Story, a Lifetime Search for Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things“ became a New York Times Best Seller. His literary works have won the Christopher Award for outstanding non-fiction in 2014 and the George Washington Honor Medal for excellence. He has also received more than 100 awards for his work in broadcast journalism, including eight National Emmys and eleven nominations. The Radio Television Digital News Association has honored Dotson with a record five Edward R. Murrow Awards – for „Best Network News Writing” and more than a dozen other awards for his reporting. The Society of Professional Journalists cited him three times for “Best Network Television News Series.” Dotson’s work has won top journalism awards from the National Press Photographers, DuPont-Columbia and Robert F. Kennedy And William Allen White Foundations.
His stories have taken him to every state, many times, and around the world. Dotson is an internationally acclaimed documentary producer. His film, El Capitan’s Courageous Climbers (NBC Productions,) was the winner of seven International Film and Video Festivals and was awarded documentary’s highest honor, the CINE Grand Prize. He was also the writer and host of “Bob Dotson’s America,” a series of half-hour programs on the Travel Channel.
Webster University Vienna
Praterstraße 23, 1020 Wien